Kiss offers one last kiss to fans

Rock and Roll Hall of Fame band announces farewell tour

Joining the ever growing line of farewell rock tours, legendary Rock & Roll Hall of Famers, Kiss, have decided to throw their hats, or in their case, boots on the shelf but not before one more long kiss goodbye to fans around the world.

Kiss has announced over 40 shows for the first leg of their “The End of the Road Farewell Tour,” which is expected to span over three years time. Several rumors have circulated about what lineup would take part in one final ride into the sunset. Gene Simmons in a recent interview wouldn’t confirm, or deny if any of the remaining past Kiss members would join the current lineup. Simmons would only state that it has been discussed. Paul Stanley then noted that this tour is a celebration of Kiss, and not any individual lineup or member.

The Farewell Tour will make two stops in the Empire State during the first run of tour dates; March 22 at the Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum in Uniondale and March 27 at Madison Square Garden in NYC. Tickets go on sale Nov. 2, at 10 a.m.

Kiss formed in New York City in 1973. They were inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in 2014, and have sold over 100 million albums worldwide, making them one of the most successful recording artists of all time.

Kiss – “The End of the Road Farewell Tour” Dates:

Jan. 31 – Rogers Arena – Vancouver, BC Canada
Feb. 1 – Rose Garden Moda Center – Portland, OR
Feb. 2 – Tacoma Dome – Tacoma, WA
Feb. 4 – Spokane Arena – Spokane, WA
Feb. 7 – Viejas Arena – San Diego, CA
Feb. 8 – Save Mart Center – Fresno, CA
Feb. 9 – Golden 1 Center – Sacramento, CA
Feb. 12 – Honda Center – Anaheim, CA
Feb. 13 – Gila River Arena – Glendale, AZ
Feb. 15 – T-Mobile Arena – Las Vegas, NV
Feb. 16 – The Forum – Los Angeles, CA
Feb. 19 – American Bank Christi, TX
Feb. 20 – American Airlines Center – Dallas, TX
Feb. 22 – Smoothie King Center – New Orleans, LA
Feb. 23 – FedEx Forum – Memphis, TN
Feb. 26 – Chesapeake – Oklahoma City, OK
Feb. 27 – Sprint Center – Kansas City, MO
Mar. 1 – Fiserv Forum – Milwaukee, WI
Mar. 2 – United Center – Chicago, IL
Mar. 4 – Target Center – Minneapolis, MN
Mar. 6 – Denny Sanford Premier Center -, Sioux Falls, SD
Mar. 7 – CenturyLink Center – Omaha, NE
Mar. 9 – Van Andel Arena – Grand Rapids, MI
Mar. 10 – TaxSlayer Center – Moline, IL
Mar. 12 – KFC Yum! Center – Louisville, KY
Mar. 13 – Lible Caesars Arena – Detroit, MI
Mar. 16 – Nationwide Arena – Columbus, Oh
Mar. 17 – Quicken Loans Arena – Cleveland. OH
Mar. 19 – Bell Centre – Montreal, QC Canada
Mar. 20 – Air Canada Centre – Toronto, ON Canada
Mar. 22 – Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum – Uniondale, NY
Mar. 23 – Mohegan Sun Arena – Uncasville, CT
Mar. 26 – TD Garden – Boston, MA
Mar. 27 – Madison Square Garden – New York, NY
Mar. 29 – Wells Fargo Center – Philadelphia, PA
Mar. 30 – PPG Paints Arena – Pittsburgh, PA
Apr. 2 – Videotron Centre – Quebec City, QC
Apr. 3 – Canadian Tire Centre – Ottawa, ON
Apr. 6 – PNC Arena – Raleigh, NC
Apr. 7 – Philips Arena – Atlanta, GA
Apr. 9 – Bridgestone Arena – Nashville, TN
Apr. 11 – Amalie Arena – Tampa, FL
Apr. 12 – Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena – Jacksonville, FL
Apr. 13 – BJCC – Birmingham, AL

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